The David N. Kershaw Award Lecture professor Donald Moynihan delivered November 7 is available online.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Neuroscience and Public Policy Program has been honored as this year's top graduate program in neuroscience in the country.
La Follette School faculty and alumni presented research and participated in discussions at the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management conference in November.
Donald Moynihan shares his thoughts on the role of data in the provision of public services in an interview published on the web site of the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management, which is giving Moynihan one of its highest honors this year.
A second international study gives the University of Wisconsin–Madison high marks for the quality of its faculty research in public administration.
Public affairs Professor Donald Moynihan has been recognized with a prestigious award for his research. Moynihan will receive the David N. Kershaw Award from the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management at its annual research conference November 6-8 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The La Follette School has nominated two recent graduates as 2015 Forward under 40 honorees.
2000 alum Carole Schaeffer is one of the 25 most influential people in the greater Madison area, local web site IBMadison.com announced
La Follette School economist Jason Fletcher has been awarded a $92,730 grant from the Russell Sage Foundation to analyze three school-based longitudinal datasets from the past three decades to assess educational mobility.